Backup Manager: Backup per Domain / Subdomain (within subscription)
Thank you for your input! We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it will be popular.
Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.
This proposal/wish was first made in 2014 (!) and ther is nothing from plesk developers, if and when such function will be implemented.
With how many votes Plesk is considering this "popular"?
Yes, it is a must have
It would be great to backup only one subdomain
David Viard commented
Amen… This is absolutely necessary.
- I have clients subscriptions with multiple domains
- My own account has multiple subdomains (and some of which are test sites for my clients)
Having more fine tuning and options in the backup manager would be a boon!
I have a total of 50 GB on content (mostly images), divided in 5 sub-domains. It is impossible to have a backup of all tihis in one step. I really need the possibility to do backup per (sub) domain.
This feature is so important. Confixx could it, why not Plesk? If someone has a lot of subdomains, there is no need to make a huge backup of all subdomains when you only need a backup of 1 subdomain. And if you want to move a single subdomain, it's bad too
Why this feature is still not integrated??
I missed this dreadfully, from previous versions. I also want to download a backup of one of the domains, not all the domains. I've just had to download a 43Gb file, that I then have to extract, to get particular files out of one single domain. It's just ludicrous in this modern technological age! It's going to take all night as well to get local to my PC.
Jussi Vainionpää commented
This function is greatly needed. I have multiple domains under same subscription and if I need to restore a backup I only want to restore the domain that's affected, not all domains in a subscription.
yes this would be handy
This is very important for users who do not have Admin access.
1. If I want to move my Plesk set-up to another host, I need an easy way to backup all (a) settings (b) files (c) databases, without the need for SSH access, etc
2. This keeps the backup filesize small, and easier to manage. My current subscription is 20GB!!! It takes over 24 hours to backup to MS Onedrive.
3. One click domain backup enables us to keep using Plesk
Why this option still missing.
Plesk Staff please launch this option, As it is most required feature.
This idea posted on 2014 and still it is missing in 2020.
And we are struggling to restore single domain not other subdomain/domain in same account/subscription.
Tuan Sinung commented
Backup and restore per domain in a subscription is a must have feature
Some clients usually have multiple domains
It will be a burden if a restore for something on domain A breaks something in domain B
It make clients have to sacrifice domain B for domain A for example
This would be a great feature. Also if you want to move a subdomain to another subscription. I want this for a long time - i think confixx could it
Devon F commented
I was surprised this wasn't already built into the platform. I would love to see this going forward please
It will be a very useful and perfect add!!
Daniel Cambria commented
It will be perfect for our clients!!!
Thinking too it would be a cool improvement, to be able to manage backup of subdomain individually.
Much needed feature. Asked for in 2016, yet still not there!! Unacceptable!
i was not even aware of this problem.
we have a portal where every customer gets it own portal instance with subdomain (so its own configuration and logo, its own custimization, its own products and its own database).
www.portal.tld (the default website)
does this mean that if we need to restore a backup for customer_B all data for other customers will also have been reset?
that would be a complete disaster.
so if this is currently the way it works i would like to give this feature request a +1000000 upvote.
This would be a useful and logic addition. Why backup everything if you have like 5 subdomains (member area, community etc) if you only need 1 site backed up.
This is asked 4 years ago...is there any progress?!
Oliver Lippert commented
That would be awesome for bigger subscriptions. Currently I just want to work on one small subdomain (sized by 140MB in files and a small database with 5MB) and started the backup for the subscription wich is by 10 or 20 subdomains, 6 Domains, 13GB space and 10 Databases or something like that... That will take some minutes and some Performance. Just backup the Files and DB would take some seconds and really less Performance :)